Scott Kozar is a Partner and Founder of Sena|Kozar. For over a decade, Scott has written, directed, and produced television, radio, and online content for Democratic candidates, progressive organizations, and ballot initiatives across the country. In 2018, he served as media consultant to Assistant Speaker, Rep. Ben Ray Lujan. Additionally, Scott helped guide Xochitl Torres Small’s upset victory in New Mexico, a rural, majority Anglo district that gave Hillary Clinton 38% in 2016, and had never previously elected a woman to Congress. Scott has advised history-making campaigns across the country, including Delegate Danica Roem’s election as the first openly transgender woman in the country, Michelle Lujan Grisham’s election as the first Hispanic Congresswoman in New Mexico, Hala Ayala’s election as the first Latina and Kelly Fowler’s election as the first Asian-American woman respectively in the Virginia House of Delegates. For his 2017 work for Danica Roem, he received four Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants (“AAPC”) including Best Use of Video in Digital/Online Advertising for the ad “Inspire” and Best Overall Television Campaign by a Democratic campaign. A native of Ohio, he is a graduate of the University of Dayton and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. He lives in Washington D.C. with his wife and children.